Dutch Design Firm Creates 3-D Printed Pavilions

Dutch Design Firm Creates 3-D Printed Pavilions

Tara Bellucci
Sep 21, 2012

More Design News from The Netherlands: Dutch design firm DUS has created a 3-D printer called KamerMaker (RoomBuilder) that, you guessed it, prints rooms. The printer itself is completely mobile, and can create pavilions up to 11 feet high and 7 feet wide. They hope the printer can respond to local needs, like printing hundreds of temporary structures or using recycled materials.

In other news, Frank Lloyd Wright's name is popping up in listings for homes he didn't build, and now you can grab a healthier hotel room in Vegas. See the headlines after the jump.

Get A Room? The KamerMaker Prints Entire Rooms And Pavilions | Architizer
Marketing Decoder: Healthy Hotel Rooms | The Wall Street Journal
Frank Lloyd Wright's Name Used to Sell Houses He Didn't Design | Curbed

(Image: via Architizer)

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